The iF International Forum Design GmbH has announced that the Huawei TE10huddle-room cloud video endpoint has won an iF Design Award for 2017. The award is the result of the product’s sleek appearance, easy-to-deploy features, seamless integration of software and hardware, and lightweight, interactive design.
TE10 was introduced in September 2016. The Huawei design team maintained a user-centric focus, infusing the TE10 with a smart, convenient, and lightweight design throughout the process. The result is a portable device that can be set up within one minute, and easily access cloud video conferencing services. The TE10 incorporates a full high definition camera, codec, microphone, speaker, bluetooth and WiFi, and foldable bracket into a single metal box. The box is 9 cm (3.54 in.) in height, width, depth and weighs just 500g (1.10 lb). The TE10 is a good fit for huddle rooms and any place there is a need for video collaboration.
he TE10 video endpoint emerged from our strategy of developing cloud-based, converged communications, and open architectures,” said Wang Xiangjiong, General Manager, Huawei Video Conferencing Domain. “We will continue to work hard to release top-notch products that help users become more efficient and develop innovative services for their customers.”
Presently, the TE10 is being used in China, Europe, Latin America and other regions. Customers and channel partners are pleased with its easy-to-use features, low bandwidth consumption, and excellent network adaptability.
The iF Design Award was introduced in 1953, and is hosted by the iF International Forum Design (iF) company, based in Hanover. It is regarded as the “Design Oscar,” one of the most important design awards in the world.